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    Pictures of my comrades´summer solstice celebration in Sebnitz/ Saxony




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    Beautiful images, thanks so much for sharing ~

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    Pictures of summer solstice ´04 in Saxony

    Pictures of my comrades´summer solstice celebration in Sebnitz/ Saxony





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    Tolerance is a proof of distrust in one's own ideals. Friedrich Nietzsche


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    Ahhh Sebnitz!

    Where they beat, drown inocent lil immigrant bastards in public baths! Teh eeeeeeevil city! eyes:

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    :smt001 Great photo's!

    Damn I love the look of fire! :smt003

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    Question

    Is it common to burn runes at the celebrations? The only thing that I've seen similar is cross lighting here in the US. I would normally consider burning a rune disrespectful, but it makes some sense to me considering that we wish to be placed atop a pyre. :

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryPotato
    Is it common to burn runes at the celebrations? The only thing that I've seen similar is cross lighting here in the US. I would normally consider burning a rune disrespectful, but it makes some sense to me considering that we wish to be placed atop a pyre. :
    In Germany, the festival differently is formed. The combustion of runes is there only one of many possibilities. Runes may burn one not as disrespectful see. The festival of the solstice is a festival of the light and the greeting the same. The combustion of a rune is there rather more only an event what is perceived at the edge. In the midpoint, the suns turning point fire or also the fires of wheels which are rolled the mountain down stands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngryPotato
    Is it common to burn runes at the celebrations? The only thing that I've seen similar is cross lighting here in the US. I would normally consider burning a rune disrespectful, but it makes some sense to me considering that we wish to be placed atop a pyre. :

    Shouldn't be considered cross buring or rune burning but rather the illumination of the cross or rune.
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